I also have had this issue arise a couple of times. The library was up to date(I had just manually triggered a scan) and I watched a movie only to loose all metadata after returning to menu. I have a pretty large library and it takes hours to get all that metadata back. I have “Special Editions”, “Directors cuts” and “International cuts” of several of my movies so I cannot turn off embedded metadata to make the rescanning time shorter. Then I have to manually match, make corrections and edit metadata. It’s allot work to do when all of my files have extensive metadata already built in. Also, my top shelf for the computers app has my most recent added/watched correct at all times. Every time I loose my metadata or Firecore puts out an update, my “recently added” on the Infuse apps top shelf reverts to reverse alphabetical order. It’s frustrating. I really like being able to connect directly to my NAS, the new voice search feature is fantastic and being able to select audio tracks are the features that keep me using this great app. However, I have multiple playlists in the computers app that offer way more than what’s in the current Infuse Library. They are smart playlists so they update immediately when add a file to iTunes. I really woudn’t need metadata fetching at all if Infuse would read and use all of my files existing metadata. I use the iDentify App to tag all my files, so I know the mpaa ratings are there as well as the cast list, etc. If I turn off metadata fetching Infuse will not display any of this. My files are tagged either movies or tv shows and Infuse ignores this as well and throws everything into other in the library. But hey it shows the files encoding is H.264 and its resolution because that’s important when choosing a movie to watch with the family, not what it’s mpaa rating is. I could go on, but this has already turned into diatribe. I hope in future updates that the embedded metadata in files will get full use in the Library and take priority over not just the artwork but the mpaa ratings, media type(movie or tv show) and more. Otherwise, the library will remain useless to users like me who have already done the work tagging everything and don’t wish to be at the mercy of any online services that may or may not be experiencing outages at the time of use.